In a battle of the best of the best, the bracket will determine who comes out as the No. 1 Redskin of all time. In the second round, John Riggins got by Sean Taylor, and Art Monk beat Bobby Mitchell. Now, they face off in the semifinals...
No. 1 seed - John Riggins
In his nine years in Washington, running back John Riggins used his powerful frame to run over lineman and linebackers alike, making his mark as arguably the most accomplished Redskins rusher of all time.
- Career stats: 11,352 rushing yards, 2,090 receiving yards, 116 total touchdowns
- Achievements: 1975 Pro Bowl selection, Redskins all-time leader for carries, rushing yards, and rushing touchdowns, 1992 Pro Football Hall of Fame inductee
No. 2 seed - Art Monk
James Arthur "Art" Monk was drafted by the Redskins in the first round of the 1980 NFL Draft, going on to play the next 14 seasons with the Redskins and breaking nearly every franchise receiving record.
- Career stats: 940 receptions, 12,721 receiving yards, 68 touchdown receptions
- Achievements: Three-time Pro Bowl selection, Redskins all-time leader in receptions and receiving yards, 2008 Pro Football Hall of Fame inductee